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evocativesynthesis:

Al Capone’s Cell At Eastern State Pen (via)

evocativesynthesis:

Al Capone’s Cell At Eastern State Pen (via)

couple-of-dumbasses:

leviisacutelittleshit:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

beggars-opera:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD

easy there henry

whos henry what thef uck?

*faint laughter from Britian*

*history teachers crying*

*English teachers crying*

jcoleknowsbest:

unfriendlyblackhottieee:

mybeautifulmultitudes:

nikkisshadetree:

paulamaf2013:

odinsblog:

Sometimes #BlackTwitter gets it right, and other times Black twitter gets it really right

I was down for Pharrell, but he is in sore need of a thorough dragging to rid him of his White-gaze thirst and tacit respectability politics BS. I mean, what’s next, an “Accidental Racist” duet with LL?

Honorable mention to @LouMinoti:

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Pharrell needs to come out and clarify this shit before everyone forgets him….Money corrupts some, for real……

Pharrell is a dummy for this shit.

Kill Shot = “if you can’t beat em, serve em”

where is the Tyra gif. “We were rooting for you! We were all rooting for you!”

Damn I ain’t surprised…

goddammit pharrell…yr showin some #newass.

theparisreview:

“I suppose I am trying to present things directly, let objects and actions speak for themselves, so that the reader will not have to perceive things through the screens in the minds of the characters.”
—Peter Matthiessen, on the craft of fiction in his novel Far Tortuga.

theparisreview:

“I suppose I am trying to present things directly, let objects and actions speak for themselves, so that the reader will not have to perceive things through the screens in the minds of the characters.”

Peter Matthiessen, on the craft of fiction in his novel Far Tortuga.

They’re dragons, Khaleesi. They can never be tamed. Not even by their mother.
There are several things that matter. First, the composition of a magazine’s staff. Of our five senior staffers, three are women; four of our seven graduate editors are women; and eleven of our fifteen interns are women. Second, we have to consider a literary magazine in its entirety, not just as individual pieces. If we’ve accepted seventy percent of the content for an upcoming issue, looking at the gender breakdown, and seeing which way we are leaning, matters. Third, we have to encourage the writers whose work we turn down (which, rather obviously, is most of them) to send work to us again. Our submitters can’t feel shut out. The extra time it takes to write a personalized rejection and say “we want to see more from you” makes a huge difference, something our interns and staff are doing already.

nevver:

Trippy, Dax Norman

The hardest part about
loving a writer is when
their words belong to
someone else. There is
no missing the way they
love this person who isn’t
you because its all over
every written syllable.
anne, the writer that isn’t yours (via anneisrestless)
nyfa:

The New York Film Academy has put together a thought provoking infographic on Black Inequality in Film.
We hope you will enjoy this as a tool to open a discussion on the topic! 

nyfa:

The New York Film Academy has put together a thought provoking infographic on Black Inequality in Film.

We hope you will enjoy this as a tool to open a discussion on the topic!